June 27th 2012 6:25 am PT

Arcade: Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad

Jeremy McGrath's OffroadContent: Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
Price: 800 Microsoft Points
Availability: Check availability in your Xbox LIVE region
Dash Text: In Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad, players race four-wheeled 800 horsepower off road race trucks with tons of options including a host of tracks, single-player and multiplayer modes as well as a wide loadout of vehicle classes including Rally Cars, Pro Buggies, and Trophylite Trucks, all in crispy 1080p, 60 frames per second presentation. With multiplayer support for eight racers and a full career mode, Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad will be the title for racing fans who want to get down and dirty on the track!

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Arcade, Marketplace By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • Flawless

    i really wish Major would clear up why this has been out since last week but he keeps acting as if it came out today cause im really confused.

  • ScuzzyBunny

    This was relesed by accident last week, and pulled down afterwards, so it was NOT available unless you grabbed it when it breifly showed up. The question I want answered is why it only has 200 gamerscaore associated with it? I though June brought in the “mandatory” 400 per game!

    • Flawless

      if thats the case they shouldve kept it pulled down lol.

    • http://twitter.com/SamboTaylor Sam Taylor

      Clearly it isnt mandatory then… The game has probably been sitting for a while waiting for a release slot.

      • mcmax3000

        I imagine you’re correct about that. It has probably been waiting to come out since before that rule took effect. I imagine you’ll see the occasional 200 GS game still show up for the next couple of months while they clean out the queue.

        • ScuzzyBunny

          I don’t think that is the case, as Bang Bang Racing looks like it was designed with the 12/200 model in place, and released with 12/400. The whole reason they upped the limit was that WP7 games cost only a dollar or two, and have 200. So, WP7 cheap, 200gs, XBLA $10-$15, 400gs, retail 1k (all before DLC or sales, obviously).

    • http://twitter.com/MacUser1986 Michael Dolcin

      Thank you for the update I was wondering myself why I was playing it last week. Haha

    • Lee Rayson


      Was meant to be beginning of June.

      So Major why are games still coming with 200G

      Unless these games have been made before the cut off period and they been in “stockpile” waiting to be released

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Randy-Ramsgate/1826021235 Randy Ramsgate

      mandatory 400 gamerscore is only for games beginning production from june onwards. stuff like golden axe and streets of rage collections recently have only had 400 due to the developers discretion. anyways just played this demo and it seems pretty cool, fun to control. i just got 1 really big problem with it. ITS NOT AVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIA!!!!!! goddamn whatever the reason may be. only because i downloaded the trial with my US account was i able to play it. someone please explain how my 360 is not as good as anyones elses. we even pay more for gold here. over 6 years this has happened maybe a 12 to 15 times, 10 of those being on titles i would buy. last time i checked i had 7700 ms points. something just isnt right about this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/todd.wegman Todd Wegman

    I played the demo, but was disappointed that the game is not made for the wireless speed wheel- I tried the demo with the speed wheel, but I could not use the boost and had no rumble feedback… I don’t like racing games with a standard controller… oh well

  • Russell Gorall

    I expect this to sell a solid forty thousand by year’s end.

  • ElektroDragon

    I tried the demo, it’s actually pretty good!! I was shocked. But I’m still waiting for a 50% off sale. Doesn’t even have the new 400 achievement point standard.

  • Lee Rayson

    i didnt really like it much